By Charles Dickens
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A quarter to it," said Scrooge. Thesaurus chime: (n) carillon, melody; (adj) murky, blurred, bleary, fuzzy, up, dashed. harmonize; (v) go, jingle, clang, peal, opaque, thick, indefinite, nebulous. unquestionably: (adv) certainly, ANTONYMS: (adj) precise, sunny. tinkle, buzz, ring, chimb. definitely, indubitably, decidedly, ding: (n, v) ring, chime, dingdong, din, perplexed: (adj) confused, puzzled, indisputably, positively, surely, of veto; (v) jingle, peal, dong, strike, course, assuredly, no doubt; (adj) baffled, confounded, doubtful, distracted, disconcerted; (adj, v) doubtless.
Called: (adj) named, titled, chosen, haunt: (n, v) resort, ghost; (n) den, undisturbed: (adj) peaceful, quiet, known as; (v) nempt, ycleped. hangout, home; (v) pursue, follow, tranquil, serene, placid, still, easy, dimly: (adv) obscurely, darkly, faintly, stalk, afflict, persecute; (adj) harass. smooth, uninterrupted, untroubled, parting: (n) adieu, division, leave, composed. ANTONYMS: (adj) tense, dully, duskily, vaguely, shadowily, hazily, gloomily, somberly; (adj, adv) departure, disunion, goodbye, anxious, agitated, bothered, palely.
Upper side, pate, round top, acme, hoop: (n) circle, band, ring, loop, summit, superlative, teetotum. yonder: (adv) beyond, further, farther, annulus, round, sphere, wheel, circlet, halo; (v) encircle. abroad, thither, further away, at that leafless: (adj) bald, bare, aphyllous, place; (adj) distant, yond, furious, leaveless, hairless. ANTONYM: (adj) fierce. " asked the Spirit. "Nothing," said Scrooge. "Nothing. There was a boy singing a Christmas Carol at my door last night. " Scrooge's former self grew larger at the words, and the room became a little darker and more dirty.
A Christmas Carol (Webster's Thesaurus Edition) by Charles Dickens